Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math

The call for adding art education to STEM learning comes from the need to effectively communicate creatively in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and math through excellent speaking and writing skills.


The content in each volume of this e-journal is related to an aspect of building or maintaining a Civil Society – topics that affect students’ personal or professional lives on a daily basis. The topic of this volume is environmental education.


Biotechnology is perhaps the most rapidly advancing area in science today. “Advances in Biotechnology” has been created to provide language teachers with resources about breakthroughs in biotechnology. For this volume, we have chosen to focus on both the promises and controversies surrounding research on DNA and genetics.